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Kickapoo High Quarterly


Kickapoo High Quarterly


Kickapoo High Quarterly


Hurricane Ida dumped inches of rain in a short period of time, making it extremely dangerous to travel on foot. Photo courtesy of Emily Kask- New York Times
The Aftermath of Hurricane Ida
Emilia Belcolore, Reporter • October 15, 2021

As of October 5th, at least 57 lives have been lost in the Northeast, as the remains of powerful Hurricane Ida sent intense storms with multiple...

Springfield Public Schools is Changing Start Times
May 14, 2021

With another school year coming to an end, SPS is already planning ahead for the 2021-22 school year; with many changes coming including a new...

Mask Mandate: The Update
Mask Mandate: The Update
Madilyn McClure, Reporter • May 14, 2021

For over a year now, we have been masked in our community. Friends' and peers' faces hidden by a piece of cloth intended to protect our immune...

Junior Maggie Miller supporting the LGBTQ+ community by previewing the Pride flag on her cheek.
Rights Within the LGBTQ+ Community
Emilia Belcolore, Reporter • May 7, 2021

   Kickapoo High School is rated number 204 in the state, with a 97 percent graduation rate, along with countless sports and academic awards....

HOSA Update: 05-04-21
Liam Karp, Reporter • May 7, 2021

HOSA has led a successful year. Even with the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected many clubs, HOSA was still able to follow health and safety guidelines...

Kickapoo Theatre Presents: Bright Star
Maggie Miller, News Editor • May 7, 2021

Kickapoo Theatre will be performing the Broadway musical, Bright Star, by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell starting Thursday, May 6th. The Kickapoo...

Change for Kickapoo
Kambria Braithwaite, Reporter • May 7, 2021

This past year, Kickapoo students have come together to create a new student activist group called Change for Kickapoo. The group quickly became...

Photo of Kickapoo archery team competing, photo by Erica White
Archery Update: 03-31-21
Gabby Burgess, Reporter • March 31, 2021

The archery team is on their way to nationals! While the rest of the school was on Spring Break, the state qualifiers competed earning 17th in...

Robotics Club Road to State
Lilly Doss, Copy Editor • March 11, 2021

Robotics club will begin interviewing with judges in hopes of receiving awards that will qualify them for state. "We have the interview Saturday,...

Will the Mask Ordinance be Lifted?
Will the Mask Ordinance be Lifted?
Gabby Burgess, Reporter • March 9, 2021

As of July 16th, 2020, everyone within the Springfield City Limits was required to be masked in public. Nearly nine months later this ordinance...

Saved By The Bell
John Ogden, Reporter • March 5, 2021

Scheduling this year has been nothing but madness from day one. From sports to theatre, band, orchestra, choir, and anything apart or in between,...

Kicakpoo Color Gaurd team, photo by team coach Ms.Peterson
Winter Guard Update: 03-09-21
Gabby Burgess, Reporter • March 5, 2021

The KHS Winter Guard team is now diving headfirst into their competition season. After working tirelessly for months and now they have officially...